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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21. 1901.
75 and 7 Kinft Street
TELEPHONE NO.' 31. '
NOW It the tlrao to get leaks
breakages icen to, and your
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
la over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work a heretofore.
Estimate furnished... Work-
manahlp ana material guaran
Jajs. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Sk) IlishU and Ventllato
Conductor Plr and Outter Work.
klrturt StrMl, t. QatfB an4 Mcrunt ""onolulu
JoM M f rb-Mfly irti'i4 to
IVl. 'Vlilte 41 PJ?' "12;
Notice to Properly Owuers.
I have In my" employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Gmt I am
now reidy to fijur on your 'work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men
Cive me a tr at.
C. H. BROWN,
rerrltory Stable. King St.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDINQ.
TEL. 314 MAIN,
Albert R- Cunha
ATTORNbY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwild Building
TLLCPIIONB MAIN 21
W. Anstio Whiting,
W. J. Robiisoi,
Removed to Room 306, Jndd Building
J. M. K4NEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel 8U Near the Postofrice
Telephone to All Parts of the bland.
J. Q. IIEXIUQUKS, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcurei ns
To the Volcano or tho Mountalna.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loo
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, wbcro the steamer ta met
manufactured from Pure
Dl. tilled WuU-r - - - -
Delivered fnv to any pa't of
city by ourteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
iU BLUn 1151
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H J NOl TB
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CKNTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THB . . .
Suraeons, 'Physician and Dentists.
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(lco from 708 Port street to 343 King
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Hourt 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
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OFFICE Hotel Stables
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Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
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wnon you havo only to call up
and have your packages delivered at
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Merchants, Attention! We make
U. O. D. collections lor be extra.
Anerican Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea 8ts., Phone Main 199.
Razors' Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 25 CENTS.
' Marie Twain' Opinion.
Sometimes ot a Bunny afternoon
Mark Twain strolls up and down that
part of Kllth avenuo nbovo Twenty
tnlrd street where art and book siores
aro frequent. 'Iho humorist scorns to
find cerinlu rest in pceriog into win
dows of these, though be rarely
crosses their thresholds. Ho was
about to turn away trom tho window
ot a shop when his eye was caught by
what seemed to bo sn etching of hlm
seir. Tim humorist was Blaring b'lank
ly at bis llkcmes when ho was Joined
at the window by one or those cuatty
individuals always ready tor a street
cornor exchange of opinion.
"l'rcuyf good Inteness ot the old
man, isn't it?" said tho chatterer, with
out Bcclng tho writers lull tace, wblcn
was partly In shadow.
Maik said it was.
"Say, what do you think of that fel
low's work, an way 7 went on tho
"I think." said Mark, still without
turnlqg his head, ' mut bo Is the great
est, ImpoBtor tho American peoplo ever
rciusea to laso seriously.
"Well, because ho really Is serious
and because nobodyil bellovo him, bo
pusses for being humorouB." With
that Mr. Clemens laced his questioner.
"Woll, Ml ba switched!" ejaculated
Tho faco of tho humorist became
deoply concerned. "For heaven s Bako,
don't ten anyono i torn you. n woui
ruin mo with my puollshers," bo said,
startlug up tho avenue.
Hut tho chatterer went nomo aim
told his friends. Now York Timos.
The following advertisement appear
ed In a recent Issue ot a Chicago papor:
"Wanted A girl for general house
work; union or non-union; any old
kind; family of three adults and three
children with nurse, and occupy small
houso at Sheridan Park, two Works
from N. W. Elevited; nice, large, airy
room, with southwest breeze for girl;
no wash'nfhor much of anvthlng else
to do; our girl quit yesterday becausn
we invited somo relatives o help us
celebrate tho Fourth; next "ourth, If
the girl demands It, we will disown our
lelatlvcs and renounce our country;
wages, live dollars."
10 RUPTURE CURED
tor ftff uut-utrtF.
TliutiMiti-t h i l-tf i uili
at the ru ii hoi M (Hi lit
nuu true, i n-iteH h
it-iitioiit-r tiw w miii'
itymwlctiufort lo thtruiv
turM iiv-) nh't-taMi in
h uini InrMtlintl
"flMsblV I" UtTli ff foil lntirnnilton tmI nl liiiiiwti!
iteiyonw-MMF miim,i'"i,iivi-i. :": I'i.uir
'UuiTii Tim ca -ikvMiiiuiuirifco
Rev. John Treiichard's
Tho Bim wan decl.nlng when Rev.
John Trench aril passed up the village
sircet. He nad just stepped lrom the
train and bis traveling bag was In bin
band. He looked about mm inquiring
ly as bo walked along. Rov. John
ircnchanl was (an nnn slender ana no
walked with a swinging stride that
carried him rapidly lrom tho llttlo
railway station. He dldnt know
where he was going. He didn't rare.
Itcv. John Trcnchard was running
nwnv lrom himself. .
When Judge Thomas Atwater, the
wealthiest man In Rev. John's very
well to do congregation, had said to
him: "Where will jou spend jour va
cation, Mr. Trencnard? the young
shepherd had told him he didn't know.
"1 should bo pleased, ' said l.,o .tldgc,
with his heavy air of courtesy, "to
have ou sptnd a part of it. at least'
at my summer home on tne-Hniina.
John had thanked him and tlicn
added that he believed ho would take
a complcto rest, quite away from all
temptation that society might put
forth. Ho thought, perhaps ne would
go Into the woods nnd stay thero for
a mouth or so and glvo both mind nnd
body a complete change. The Judge
looked n little astonished nt this but
was too well bred to express any sur
prise or to endeavor to nigue him out
of this peculiar resolve, 'ihe tact le,
John Trcnchard wns looked upon by
Ihe leading men of the church is a
rifle eccentric. Not unpli asantly so.
hut Just enough to s'nuip him na norao
thlug of n genius. Ihcy nil liked John.
Ho gave them Sunday nftir tiundny
)nst what they wanted, and Just what
they had been accustomed to getting.
They paid him well. too. Not too
much, for It was a vory conservative
and a somewhat selfish church, hut
just eiough to give weight to his
presence when some peculiarly press
Ing public ouiorgencj enlisted his- at-
lint nil this did not satisfy Rev. John
Trcnchard. Ho was dissatisfied most
nf all with himself. He felt
was merely a machine. He
pressed, throttled, gagged, ltu longed
to cut looso from tradition, to fly In
mo lace 01 precedent, to preach as his
soul longed to preach. He told him
sell that he was a eowaid 10 continue
In thu glided collar that .iey had slip
ped about his neck. He liked tnem;
ho was grateful to them; he was loyal
to the hampering leslrlctions of hlf
denomination, nnd he In Minted. At
last ho made up his mind that he
aould seek some quiet place and havo
It out with himself where no' disturb
ing Influence would shake his resolu-1
Hon. He would wrestle with hlmsolf,
and whatever tho outcome he would
bo guided by It. If It directed htm to
cut loose entirely lrom his churcn ana
his denomination ho would make the
iiiilflcc. It It hnilo him hold last to
his picsent pulpit ho would go bac.
w itliout n murmur.
And so when his vacation tamo he
quickly picked up a dally paper and
Jabbed with his pencil at random at
the column or railway timo tables. Ha
round a time table or j load ho hau
thus selt cied, and Jabbing again at
random ho bad struck the station of
Eastchester. It was a village a hun
dred miles or more from tho city, at
the foot of a mountain group and qulto
off the main line of travel. John
Trcnchard liked tho Idea of proximity
of tho mountains with their forest-clad
summits. He felt that here would bo
ample room and privacy for the wrest-
He looked up at these pine covered
heights now as be strode through tbe
single street of the village How beau
tiful, how soul elevating they wcro!
Then his eyes returned to the com
moner level and ho discerned an- Inn
of an old fashioned typo. Entering
this ho met with a mild nnd Indlffer-
ont welcome, nnd was presently given
a room that did not. as bo at once ills-
covered, overlook tbe mountains.
It was Saturday night and a dull Sit-
urday night, too. llov, John strolleu
rji fa Ha f "v " tm a W u W la "o IU
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riwto mpj right ty Theodore C. Mtrceau, IvOD,
MlbS WiwsrurM, NUI'EU CALIFORNIA BEAUTV, SOON TO WED.
Miss Julia Winston of Los Angeles Is said to lie one of the miist liiMiitlful
joiing women on the Pacific const, Ilrr engagement to Mr. Mnrcus U. l'lou
era, nn Uugltsli capitalist, has Just been announced. Mi. l'lowcrx Is Ihf
owner of many orange gloves in tbe Riverside illntilu uiul met MIhh Winston
w lilto ou a visit to his property.
almut a little and found Kastcbestcr a
decidedly tinlmerestlng village. Thu
houses scattered along the only street
were humble "and even ugly, up on
the slope, In the shadow ot the nllls,
were n number ot handsome homos,
but there was nothing attractive anout
the hamlet In tho valley. Iter. Joan
rp. a little homesick as ho sought his
lie awoke early from a sound sleep
and alter a brisk promenade along the
beard sidewalks, appprerlated nis
homely breakfast. Then ho nuked the
landlord, who breaklasled with' him,
about the churches ot tnu place, 'ihcro
was but one church open. It appeared.
and that dldnt have a regular parson
nt present. The pulpit was nupplle..
by ou.slde talent. They wero expect
ing the pastor from Melnotte that
morning, a new man nnd said to bo a
irarkerjack. Then the landlord look
ed at Itcv, John Trcnchard with a sud
"You aln t him. bo you?" bo asked.
Itcv. John smilingly reassured htm.
and presently when a somewhat shrlii
bell sent forth Its monotonous sum
mons ho star.ed for tho churrn. Do
Ing recognlrcd nt onco as a stiaugnr
h was put In tho vory Iront pew, nnd
but a'doren feet, perhaps, from both
pulpit nnd choir. Ho slanted about
once and saw that tho church was well
It was time for tho services to open
when 11 gray-haired, man stepped on to
tho platform. Ho bore n yellow slip
nr pnp r In one baud.
It appeared that Hev, Mr. MlnkloyT
who wns to have drlvcu over from
Melnotte and edified them that morn
ing, was kept at homo l Illness In uls
lamlly. This would leave tho pulpit
luvtupplled, and they would have to do
the best they could In tho revel end
gentleman's absence The choir woulc
ting, and there would be silent uravul
and llrothcr Thomns would read llrotli
,er Talmage's laBt printed sermon.
As tho elderly man, the telegram
fluttering lb his hand, nassed near
Rev. John Trcnchard, Rev. John lean
ed forward and touehed ills nrm. Tho
elderly man bent down, 'then he
tunied back to tho platform.
"I am pleased to announce," ho
said In Ills high, quavering voice,
"that we have with us today a broth
er from Now York, Rnv. John .
and he paused and looked nppeallngly
at Itev. John, who hastily promptei
him "Rov. John Trencoard of Now
York, who hns kindly offered con
sented, 1 should say to edify us this
John Trcnchard arose and stepped
forward and took his placo In the put
pit. Ho carried tho simpln service
through with celerity and dlgnlt) .
1 non ciimo tho sermon and his oppor
Hit text did not restrain him He
cut looso fro"i text, And trndltlon. and
prccedint. He wus an excellent talk'
er and ho had never talked more glib
ly. Ho covered a wide range. Ho
talked of fho duty of the cltlteD, and
hn condemned tho shortcoming!) nf tho
administration. Ho talked ot munici
pal reform and of tho extent of official
corruption. He said that tho good Cit
izen never neglects his political duty.
Hn spoke or the glory or this Christian
land, and ho contrasted It with the
wretchedness of the foreign powers
io Bpoke of tho public schools and
tnclr work, of tho churches and their
work, and of the national legislators
and of their lack of work. Finally,
after a beautiful tribute to tho upward'
anu-onward progress of tho more
strong minded of the sex. be throw In
a closing patriotic climax, and so end
ed his task.
There was a pleasant glow about Mr
heart when ho finished. Ho felt that
he had dono well. He believed bis ud
dresB was an unusually lino one. A
few minutes later ho was convn-nd
that thla was no exa eratlon. After
he bad shaken hands with a largo part
of tho convrecatlon a small delegation
of the leading members npproached
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him nnd drow him a little to otu i.'de.
"Wo llko your sermon, llrolher
TronLhard." said tho spokesmnj, "nnd
Iwod he glad to havo jou stay here
rlgnt along What do you ay to $720
a yoart '
"I'm doing lienor man mm, "
Ji tm. smilingly.
"Will JSUO land youT
Jo in anook his head.
"No," ho smilingly answered, "It 'S
no temptation. ,1 he fact is, gentleiucu,
( recelvo a largor salary."
"Well, make it a thousand."
"And lt'a worth It. too." said a uan
In tno, background. ' I haven't iieard
aa good a apeerii since Jim Doollttlo
camo through here stumpln' for
'llle. Rev. Jvbn wince a little at this
comparison, but he shook his head.
Anyway,' said the spokesman,
."voii'll Dromise that voull lav of us
nlih another talk 1 mean sermon If
"you're- here nex' Sunday, wont ouT'
John promised, nnd thercupou tho
spokosi.ian tried to crowd a ten dollar
bill Into h's haud.
"lbat'a what we usually pay," ho j
'Out Jphn resisted again.
' Put It .In the collection box with
my compliments,' ne bnld,
"All right." auoth the spokesman.
And now tome thU ,wny, please.
Mrs. L'trl.crlug is out hero waiting for
jou. When we havo an outstiie
preacher, ono ot the ladies of tho con
gregation always takes nlm homo to
dmuer. Uh Mrs. Plckermu'd turn to
day, bho waiting for yuu with net
Anu.JqUu suffered bliuselt to he led
t'j, the presence, or thla bopltablw
She was a charming old lady, bright
of oyO and crisp of speech. It wasn t
but i moment or two beiore John felt
qulto at homo with hor.
:t,vou aro .tno Itev. John 'trenchant,
Eho said, as she looked at him narrow
ly. "I almost leer as It 1 knew you. I
have a brother In law In your church
General Tom Whipple. Ho has men
tioned you several times, and alwavs
in a flattering way. And yet jou some
what surprised me toda.r-
"Nd doubt." 'said tho l'.ov. John with
a slight smile. "I cut loose."
I fancied so, said the old lady.
Thni-ii nrAH n lcli-.' ntlsi.k
"You came horo to cut looso." said
ino oiu lauy.
I camo hero for a wrestling match.
said tho Rev. John. Then no added:
i d like to tell you nil about ic. If jou
1 am quite eager to hear the story."
salu tho gentle old lady. ames, drive i
bo John told her all about It; told
nor as ho might have told his mother.
lo, a of hl.i illss4tls;actlon, of his long-
'!? .';rea! .""' ,.r?m traditions, of
. '?. uo. ..? B? "S'ui-io . oo n m -
bolr. And somohow as ho told nil this
!! uogan to reel that no was not pre
senting himself In a particularly fav
orable light, it sounded qulto ton
much llko tho mutterlngs or boyish
discontent. Ho ended with Iho compli
ment that the admirer of Oiator Jim
Doollttlo had pa. him.
'llio old lady gently smiled.
"I thank pu for your confidence,"
sno saidi Then she softly added:
Hut don't you think, my ucur boy
vou won't mjnd. my familiarity that
you aro quite wrong?
'That's what I've come out here to
wrostlo over," said tho Jlov. John.
' 1 think I know tho namo of the
losor," said the lady very softly,
"It Is Self,"
Thoro waH a llttlo silence.
"It soums to mo," tho old lady con.
ttnued, "that wo are designed for eer
luln task3, and that It is our duty tn
iiuuii mom 10 me very best of our
ability. Wo have stations to Ml, wo
havo duties to perform, and Ir they
seem at times dlstastefu. our trim
worth Is brought out by the way we
taco the dissatisfaction and trample It
down. I respoct you, dear boy, for
your eslro to make jourself useful In
a broader field, but, 1 am afraid jou
will find that mixing religion with the
sensations of the hour, with politics,
with diplomacy, with tbtoving council
men, la not the sensible way to attain
your purpose." Sho paused and looked
nt tho Rov John with her keen yet
pleasant glance. "You needed a
change of nlr and scono, door boy. You
need a safety valvo, perhaps. You
havo splendid gifts of oratory. Why
not utilize i,iom In a sorlos of locturos?
Mako It a heroic dories and soar at)
high as jou will, 'ihcro, that la ail,
I think. And now I want you to prom
ise to be my guos while you remain
here, nnd I would be vory glad to havo
you remain or tho" rest of your vaca
tion;" "Think you," said tho Rev. John.
A dull red flush had risen tn his
cheeks. He softly slghod,
"It was a brier wrostle,' ho said.
' "I think you havo guessed tho lon
er." "It la Self," sho softly Bald.
Bho put out hor hand with a happy
smile. W. R. Rose, in Cleveland Plain
a misery maker and all
the miserable band of com
panion headache fiends are
put to sad rout by
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A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. D. Graj-,
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II. P. HALDWIN President
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Sflgar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhet Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kabulul Railroad .Company.
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Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
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ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
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Papers; Lucol and Linseed Otis,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime an4
CASTLE & COOP
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The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waiamca Sugar MIR Co.
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The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
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Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Gltfard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Woltnoy, Jr. . . .Troaa, and Sec.
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OF SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
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Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawnllan Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Watluku Sugar Co ,
Makee "Vugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co ,
Tho Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Derwer & Co.'s Line of
' LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Georc
Robertson, Manager; B, F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. B.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
tcrhouse and Geo. R, Carter, Director.
TtiBYon Hamm-YoDDg Co. Liu
QUEBN ST., - IIONOLUL' .
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co,
Tbe Palolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas I.'nglno.Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, EU.
General Managor ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the Ha
vOfflce, ; Merchant SL : Honolulu.
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